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  • international business, cultural intelligence, cross-cultural, monoculturals, biculturals, management, attributional complexity, intercultural experiences, Sabine Bacoüel-Jentjens, ISC Paris, Journal of World Business

    Are biculturals culturally more competent than monoculturals?

    Sabine Bacoüel, professor-researcher at ISC Paris Business School, reviews with us the conclusions of her academic article: Attributional complexity of monoculturals and biculturals, published with C. Lakshman from Florida Atlantic University and J. M. Kraak from KEDGE Business School […]

  • empirical study, bank, vietnam, banking performance, merger program, financial crisis, 2008 financial crisis, return on equity, cost-income ratio, liquidity, net loans, asset ratios, financial statements, event study, difference-in-differences, banking profitability, banking liquidity, corporate culture

    Difficult to digest: takeovers of distressed banks in Vietnam

    In a recent study, Giang Phung, professor at ISC Paris, and Michael Troege, professor at ESCP Business School seek to analyze the impact of the forced merger program on banking performance in Vietnam following the global financial crisis in 2008 […]

  • diversity management, Sabine Bacouël-Jenthens,  perception, first-generation migrants, second-generation migrants, ethnic inequalities, Social awareness, ethnic minority groups, multiculturalism, universalism, Ethnic identity, ethnic identification

    Do 1st- and 2nd-generation migrants perceive diversity management practices likewise in France?

    In a recent study, published in Work, Employment and Society, Sabine Bacouël-Jentjens, professor at ISC Paris and her co-authors Sophie Hennekam and Inju Yang have investigated organizational diversity policies in the French context and their perception by first- and second-generation migrants.  […]

  • Karim Ben Slimane, Operation Varsity Blues scandal, influencer, brand strategies, communication, marketing

    Companies responses to scandal backlash caused by social media influencers

    In a recent study, Belinda Kintu, a 2020 ISC Paris MBA graduate, and Karim Ben-Slimane, professor at ISC Paris, seek to analyze the different strategic approaches that brands use to manage negative social spillover when an influencer they are partnered with is at the center of a scandal. […]

  • IFSBI, Conference, ISC Paris

    First edition of the International Symposium for Finance, Banking and Insurance (ISFBI)

    ISC Paris is the partner of this first edition of ISFBI, which is committed to be a core finance interdisciplinary event, open to academia and practioners. It is entitled : FinTech, Cryptocurrencies and new burdens in financial economics: A post-worldwide Economic Crisis perspective.  […]

  • Social innovation, startup, Fernanda Arreola

    Socially Innovative Startups : When Doing Good Goes Wrong ?

    Willing to do good may mean jeopardising a startup's chances of survival. Our dean of the faculty, Fernanda Arreola, explains how to overcome this challenge. […]

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